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Standard Bearer Financial Report

Balance on hand, August 31—$1,626.80 Receipts Subscriptions—$3,613.17 Memberships—$132.00 Gifts—$3,420.34 Advertisements—$136.00 Bound volumes—$279.00 Annual receipts—$7,580.51 Total receipts—$9,207.31 Disbursements Wobbema Printing—$7,545.45 Miscellaneous—$111.22 Holland Bookbinding—$199.50 Mr. Dykstra, Gift—$300.00 Yakes Office Supply—$90.00 Total Disbursements—$8,246.17 BALANCE ON HAND, AUGUST 31, 1963—$961.14

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The Church and the Sacraments, The Time of the Reformation, Views on the Sacraments (Lord’s Supper), The Romish View

We now conclude our quotation from Hodge as he refutes the Romish view of the Lord’s Supper in his Systematic Theology, Vol. III, 688-692: “5. The doctrine of the sacrificial character of the Eucharist, is an integral part of the great system or error, which must stand or fall as…

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ORANGE CITY OVERTURE  The October issue of the Torch and Trumpet contains a few remarks about Synod’s treatment of the overture from Classis. Orange City that appeared at the Christian Reformed Synod of 1963. This was the overture that objected to Prof. Harold Dekker’s views of God’s love for all men. 

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The Church and the Sacraments, The Time of the Reformation, Views on the Sacraments (Lord’s Supper), The Zwinglian View

The Zwinglian view of the Lord’s Supper is known as the symbolical view. Concerning this view of the Lord’s Sipper, Rev. Hoeksema writes in his Dogmatics as follows: “The traditional and generally accepted representation of the Zwinglian view is that this reformer did not really see a sacrament at all…

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Editorial

Single Or Double Track Theology?  This editorial is a continuation of the article I wrote on Luke 6:33. I wrote the first part under number “1,” as the negative part of my interpretation. Now I explain the positive part under number “2.”  The question is: First: what is good?  Secondly:…

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DRUGGED RELIGION  There is a new drug being used experimentally which is supposed to give most wonderful and awesome experiences. A former professor of psychology in Harvard University has been giving these drugs to volunteers. About 1,000 people were used in at least 150 experiments. Men from all walks of…

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The Church and the Sacraments, The Time of the Reformation, Views on the Sacraments (Lord’s Supper), The Lutheran View

The Saxon Visitation Articles were composed in A.D. 1592. These articles are historically important because they are a condensed and authoritative statement of the differences between orthodox Lutheranism and Calvinism concerning the doctrines of the sacraments, the person of Christ, and predestination. Article I of these articles is the article…

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